Here is the identity of the Strasbourg terrorist who was raided this morning - Chekatt Cherif. Grenades found at his home.

Map. History of France conflict

20 June 2019
The Yellow Vests speak of a total blockade Saturday in Carcassonne
Here is the identity of the Strasbourg terrorist who was raided this morning - Chekatt Cherif. Grenades found at his home.
France Strasbourg The assalians is Cherif C, a 29 years old man of North African origins (2nd generation immigrant).
Death toll in Strasbourg rises to 4, the suspect was on the terror list
Strasbourg: death toll in shooting at Christmas market is now 4 dead
French police says that the terrorist that committed the attack in Strasbourg tonight managed to escape from his apartment this morning just before police came there with a search warrant
The police continue to disperse Yellow Vests in Bandol. Protesters shout "we will come back tomorrow"
Shooter in Strasbourg attack was from the city, aged 29 and was a known threat listed as "fiché S" by the authorities, according to BFM TV. He's still in the loose but surrounded. Two dead and 11 wounded, of which seven seriously
French - German border near Strasbourg has been sealed off. Heavily armed police deployed and people advised to avoid area6 month ago
French - German border near Strasbourg has been sealed off. Heavily armed police deployed and people advised to avoid area
#Strasbourg: Gunfire exchange in the district of Neudorf where the attacker surrounded
The attacker surrounded and injured in the Epinal street of the Neudorf district, Strasbourg.
Strasbourg: The gunman wounded a Sentinel soldier during attack
Shooting in Strasbourg: the antiterrorism department of the Paris prosecutor's office take over the investigation
European Parliament in Strasbourg shut down after Christmas market gunshot attack, staff ordered to remain inside - spokesman
6 month ago
Strasbourg: death toll is increased to 2 dead and 11 wounded, two in absolute urgency
French police identify shooter in Strasbourg
European Parliament on lockdown after Strasbourg shooting
Strasbourg: according to police 10 wounded and 1 dead
Ministry of the Interior: Strasbourg The situation is still in progress, the priority is the intervention of the security and relief forces. Do not spread false information, follow the official accounts
Reports of a shooting incident in Strasbourg Christmas market - 2 injured
The police closed the Christmas market in Strasbourg. Bridges to the center can not be crossed. A gun was heard, reportedly in a restaurant near the cathedral.
AQIM AlQaeda supports the protestors in France and denies the death of Kouffa Macina6 month ago
AQIM AlQaeda supports the protestors in France and denies the death of Kouffa Macina
There is also a massive student demo in Marseille.
Clashes between police and Nelson Mandela High School students in Nantes
Macron - The minimum wage will increase 100 euros per month from 2019
Yellow Vests - Emmanuel Macron: I declare the state of economic and social emergency
Yellow Vests: Emmanuel Macron says that the violence will not see any indulgence
Macron: There is resentment and there is popular anger
Moreau at Russian State TV says he is proud to be a citizen of the greatest country in the world [he is a dual citizen of France and Russia] takes the flag of DPR [Russia's fake republic in Ukraine] out of his pocket, says he wouldn't mind if the Kremlin sent him money [then adds it's a joke].6 month ago
Moreau at Russian State TV says he is proud to be a citizen of the greatest country in the world [he is a dual citizen of France and Russia] takes the flag of "DPR" [Russia's fake "republic" in Ukraine] out of his pocket, says he wouldn't mind if the Kremlin sent him money [then adds it's a joke].
Russia's state TV sets out to disprove the Kremlin's involvement in the Yellow Vests protests by asserting that Russian oligarch Konstantin Malofeev is not linked to the government and bringing on Xavier Moreau— the founder of the Kremlin's propaganda outlet in France.6 month ago
Russia's state TV sets out to disprove the Kremlin's involvement in the Yellow Vests protests by asserting that Russian oligarch Konstantin Malofeev is "not linked to the government" and bringing on Xavier Moreau— the founder of the Kremlin's propaganda outlet in France.
We respect your privacy. Our website is using cookies for 3rd party advertising, analytics, language and user settings. By continuing to browse our site you agree to our use of cookies, Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.
I agree